I have a Japanese Acer and the edges of the leaves seem to be going broiwn and curling in. What could be the problem?



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    Some of the most common causes could be:

    — Under-watering
    — Fungus 
    — Over-fertilization  
    — Excessive wind 

    However, the best thing to do at this point would be to contact your local nursery and see what they recommend. Usually they can either help you, or direct you to where you can get help. Good luck!

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